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" In the end, I think the department [of Justice] understands that will have to make it public. I think Barr will eventually understand it, "Schiff said. 9004] Six Democratic House Committee chairs called Barr in a letter on Friday to publish Mueller's report. The lawmakers also requested that the Ministry of Justice provide parts of the report that was not published to the congress and asked for the department to explain its reasons for any editorial work.
"We are writing to you to express our expectation that the Ministry of Justice will publish the report, Special Counsel Mueller, to you – without delay and to the maximum extent allowed in the law "the chairmen of the committee wrote in the letter. In addition to Schiff, the letter was signed by House Judge Jerry Nadler (DN.Y.), Foreign Minister Chairman Eliot Engel (DN.Y.), Financial Services Chairman Maxine Waters ( D-Calif.), Chairman Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) And ways and means President Richard Neal (D-Mass.).
"We come to the bottom a F this, "Schiff said Sunday. "We share this information with the public. And if the president is serious about all these relief requests, he should welcome the publication of this report."
Schiff's Intelligence Committee is scheduled to hear evidence from Michael Cohen, President Donald Trumps former personal lawyer and fixer, behind closed doors Thursday. Cohen will also present a closed door testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday followed by a public hearing before the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday.
"We think he has a lot to offer," Schiff said.
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